Bob Churchill

John Robert "Bob" Churchill
Born (1939-02-21) 21 February 1939 (age 78)
Died20 June 2015
Luccombe, Somerset
NationalityBritish
Occupationrifle shooter

Biography

John Robert “Bob” Churchill (given birth to 21 Feb 1939) is a former three positional little bore rifle shooter, who shot for the Uk National group in the seventies and eighties. He competed in the 50 metre rifle, three positions event on the 1972 Summertime Olympics. On the 1978 Seoul ISSF Globe Capturing Championships, he was silver medalist for both specific and — alongside Barry Dagger and Malcolm Cooper — the men’s group occasions for the 50m free of charge rifle kneeling 40 pictures, kneeling position. For quite some time, he was an associate from the Tunbridge Wells Focus on Shooting club aswell as night clubs in Somerset. In 1981, he co-wrote Contemporary Air Tool Shooting with Granville Davies.

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